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Landscape (UK) - - In The Kitchen -

Re­mov­ing a set of cup­board doors and re­plac­ing them with cur­tains is a sim­ple but ef­fec­tive way of soft­en­ing the look of the kitchen. The doors are care­fully re­moved and stored with their fit­tings so that they can be put back on, if de­sired. Two rec­tan­gles of fab­ric are then cut slightly larger than the size of the door and hemmed along each edge, leav­ing an open­ing at each end of the top hem through which a length of wash­ing line is strung. Flashes of colour on the fab­ric can add con­trast­ing ac­cents to the decor. Clean tea tow­els can be put to use, or other scraps of durable ma­te­rial. The line is then se­cured on ei­ther side of the cup­board so the cur­tains can be swept aside and pots and pans eas­ily reached.

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